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Gala dinner at Prince D’ Angkor

Gala dinner at Prince D’ Angkor

The Prince D’ Angkor Hotel & Spa is organizing “Khmer New Year Buffet Gala Dinner” on 14th April, inviting guests to enjoy a variety of food and drink near the pool side for $16 per person.

General manager Houppertz Bernard says Prince D’Angkor, which has been open since 2004, is a favourite of visitors to Angkor Wat.

 “We are in a very good location in the heart of Siem Reap, and we have a garden to give  our guests a relaxing place at the end of the day.”

The 195-room hotel has a big restaurant, four bars, a spa and fitness centrs, a French hair salon and two souvenir boutiques.

The hotel also features a big saltwater swimming pool that the owners say is very good for the skin, as well as a massage and spa centre where guests can relax after a long day of viewing Angkor Wat, Bayon and the many other attract-ions in the Siem Reap area.

More than 220 people are employed by Prince D’Angkor, 98 per cent of them Cambodians.

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